Graph A Week! Vol. 3
Following the popularity of our "Science by the Week" literacy articles, we are now tackling another big problem. Data Analysis! Data analysis represents a huge portion of almost every standardized test. Creating your own graphs for students to analyze can be quite cumbersome.
Graph A Week provides ready made graphing exercises that are easily copyable and contain questions similar to many standard math and science tests. This third volume of Graph A Week contains 9 graphing analysis sheets with 5 questions each. The questions challenge students analyze the data they see. Answer keys are included.
Graph a Week Volume 3 includes the following 9 assignments:
New Year Resolution Success (it's not good!)
Grand Teton Valley Snow (it's crazy...jealous)
Old Faithful Eruption Intervals
Old Faithful Eruption Duration vs. Interval Duration
Monitoring Gas Prices through 2014
Gasoline vs. Crude Oil Prices 2014
Super Bowl Food
Super Bowl Scores
Urban Heat Islands
Too often, the data analysis piece of a math or science class is done at the beginning of the year but not done much throughout the year. It is essential kids can read graph data and analyze throughout the year. Graph A Week will give you an easy way to tackle those graphing skills.
Watch for future Graph A Week volumes to practice all year long.
See our very popular Science by the Week literacy articles at: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Science-Literacy-Articles-MASTER-SETALL-VOLUMES-1417128